Here We Have Idaho
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Bringing Grasses to the Masses
New CNR smartphone app helps users identify Idaho’s grasses for education and land management
Stepping Into Success
Instructor Develops Software for Online Physical Therapy Training
Exploring the Algorithms of Life
Medical student Tawny Gonzalez discovers math and genetics go hand-in-hand
Turning Nature Against a Reviled Potato Pest
U of I researchers find new ways to hatch and kill pale cyst nematodes
Expanding the Frontiers of Aquaculture
New ARI facility can help bring saltwater fish farming to Idaho.
Helping Higher Education
Sydney Freeman, Jr. brings higher education research to U of I.
Research That Matters
Science and Engineering students dive into research thanks to Beckman Scholars Award
Fascinated by Fire Science
Excellence Award winner Alistair Smith is dedicated to critical research
The Devil and the DNA Details
UI researcher’s expertise helps uncover hope for the cancer-plagued Tasmanian devil.
Evolving an Explanation
How a struggling lab experiment, a bacterium that pees, and a curious UI professor are helping answer a mystery of biology.
Road to 100
Diet and Habits Can Influence How We Live
Chance Discovery, Amazing Possibilities
UI researchers are studying a material discovered by accident that they now believe is a new — and useful — form of carbon.
Finding Patterns in Earth’s Copper Deposits
Climate and erosion help expose porphyry copper deposits
Confronting Ebola with Computers
New working group uses advanced modeling techniques to understand evolution, spread of deadly virus.
Growing Fish for the Future
At the Aquaculture Research Institute, scientists are working to ensure that fish are grown economically, efficiently and in a healthy way.
Keeping the Power On
Schweitzer Engineering sponsors research aimed at keeping power plants running smoothly.